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Correlationism and Ideologies of Rupture

The perspective considered in the previous post—namely, that all things are ontologically independent while nevertheless enjoying standing within the communion of beings—suggests that human beings do not enjoy a privileged… 1,108 more words

Laudato Si'

Reality as Communion of Beings

In Laudato Si’, Pope Francis claims, “we are not disconnected from the rest of creatures, but joined in a splendid universal communion” (Francis 2015, sec. 1,214 more words

Levi Bryant

An Object-Oriented Integral Ecology?

Many things have to change, but it is we human beings above all who need to change. We lack an awareness of our common origin, of our mutual belonging, and of a future to be shared with everyone. 509 more words

Laudato Si'

Object Orientation and the New Realism.

Adding a comment upon the previous two posts:

it should be no wonder that there is no more overt questioning of how we are to go about things in the world: We have to buy and sell stuff, material. 389 more words

Too Pretty to Eat?

You know that moment of pause in front of a beautiful plate of food when we think……wow! This is too pretty to eat.

What is that pause about? 279 more words

Philosophy

Cine-Philosophy?

A Moment of Innocence (Moshen Makhmalbaf / Iran / 1996)

Q: What is it like to move between cinema and philosophy?

By relation, they are not opposites. 2,478 more words

Gilles Deleuze

Becky Holland: When life gives you lemons ...

James 1:2-4 – Consider it a sheer gift, friends, when tests and challenges come at you from all sides. You know that under pressure, your faith-life is forced into the open and shows its true colours. 281 more words

Becky Holland